past events

Proceeds from these events benefit BAX’s Programs & Service, including scholarships, public school programs, free youth festivals, artistic residencies, subsidized rehearsal space, and much more.

20th Birthday Celebration | HERE

Art By Construction Workers | (2014) (2015)

BAX Holiday Photo Shoot (2012) (2013)

BAX Online Auctions | HERE

BAX Super Stoop Sale | HERE

BAX10 Awards | HERE

Beyond BAX | HERE

Bodywork Sampler Day | HERE

The Marriage Equality Act | HERE


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BAX HOLIDAY PHOTOSHOOT

SUNDAYS | NOVEMBER 13 | NOVEMBER 20 | DECEMBER 4

Families | Headshots | Bands | Performers | Just Because

Half-Hour Sessions will take place between 9:30am – 4:30pm
Price: $195

Get an affordable, creative portrait sitting with photographer ANGELA JIMENEZ!

A benefit event. All proceeds benefit the programs and events at BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange.

ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHER:

Angela Jimenez is a freelance photographer based in Brooklyn, where BAX is her studio’s home. She is a regular contributor to The New York Times and a contract photographer with the Getty Images Creative department. In 2008, she was chosen as a finalist for Photolucida Critical Mass and the Robert Giard Memorial Fellowship. She self-published her first photography book, Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival. You can see more of her work at www.angelajimenezphotography.com or bax.org.

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A FREE Interactive Conversation with Teresa Calabrese & Katie Cole

Sunday, October 23, 2011 @ 4:30 pm

Long relationship? Newly formed one? Married out of state? Adoption issues?
Planning ahead?

Come with your questions & ideas and join us. Refreshments served.

About Teresa Calabrese & Katie Cole :

Teresa Calabrese is a mediator and collaborative lawyer serving the NYC area but with an emphasis on the queer community. Teresa works with folks who are forming relationships, creating families, and dissolving relationships.

Katie Cole is the mediation coordinator for special education, early intervention and family issues at the New York Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID) in Staten Island. She is also in private practice as a mediator/attorney specializing in LGBT issues.

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Thanks to everyone who found AMAZING TREASURES and supported a neighborhood treasure. The BAX Fall Super Stoop Sale was a HUGE SUCCESS!

HOW DOES THE STOOP SALE WORK?

STEP ONE:

Clean out your drawers, closets, mini-storage units and look for the following items, in good condition:

– Children’s & Adult Clothing – Baby Gear – Toys & Games – Books/Videos/DVDs – Furniture – Electronics – Kitchen & Household Items – Hardware/Tools (Please, no A/Cs or Car Seats.)

STEP TWO:

Let us know what you will be donating by October 8, 2010. To Make arrangements for drop-off please email: supersale@bax.org or call: (718) 832-0018

STEP THREE:

Shop the FALL SUPER STOOP SALE At the corner of 3rd Street & 6th Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn

This event was sponsored by 1-800-Mr. Rubbish.

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Thanks to you the BAX Online Auctions continue to be a tremendous success!

Our latest auction featured amazing deals and steals. There were tons of incredible deals sure to fit every budget size. Some featured items were:

– Apple iPod Touch – 4 VIP Tickets to the Daily Show with Jon Stewart – Dinner for Two at Prune Restaurant – American Girl Doll – Pilates Classes – Tickets for Shakespeare in the Park (No waiting in line!) – Autographed print of a New Yorker cover by J.J. Sempe – Private Tour of the Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). – Travel destinations to Chicago, Key West, and the Caribbean – Tickets to the FELA!

And so much MORE (no really, so much more!) You can take a look at some of the items that were available here!

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THE BAX10 ARTS AND ARTISTS IN PROGRESS AWARDS ARE UNIQUE.

Since 2001, BAX has honored individuals in the arts who have revealed and transformed our creative world. By instigating and enduring change they have deepened the definition of their field and paved the way for others. Click HERE for information on the BAX 20th Birthday Celebration and Arts & Artists in progress Awards.

Photo Credit: Marya Warshaw at the 2008 BAX10 Awards, by BAXstaff

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Twenty Years of Teaching and Learning

Sunday, January 9, 2011 at 4pm

For BAX’s 20th Birthday Season, alumni, faculty, current and former resident artists provide a striking curatorial dynamism. They have pulled from their experiences and interests at and beyond BAX. As a group they represent BAX’s past, present and future.

Directed by Jesse Phillips-Fein, don’t miss this special celebration of the unique way in which BAX educates and nurtures teachers and learners featuring: Charlie Colon, Donna Costello, Nasrene Haj-Yehia, Kelly Healy Amores, Andrew Jannetti, Rachel Lane, Kate Lieberman, Calia (Nicki) Marshall, Pene McCourty, Linda Mensch, Becky Pearl, Jesse Phillips-Fein, Amy Beth Schneider, Ellynne Skove, Emma Skove-Epes, Helen Tocci, Diane Tomasi, and a few other special surprise guests.

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Relax & Rejuvenate at BAX’s 2nd annual Bodywork Sampler Day

Sunday, February 6, 2011 11:00 am – 5:00 pm*

RELAX AND REJUVENATE YOUR WAY.

Nearly 30 practitioners will be on hand offering a myriad of different kinds of bodywork.

Try something new just for you!

Doors open at 10:30 am. Sessions begin at 11:00 am. *EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: Participants who arrive between 11am-Noon are automatically entered into a raffle to win health and body related prizes PLUS receive one free 15 minute sampler session with purchase of a 4 Session Value Pack. No reservations required.

Admission: $15 (includes one 15 minute sampler session and free light refreshments)

Each 15 minute sampler session is $15; Value pack of 4 15-minute sessions only $40

Sessions are purchased in increments of 15 minutes with the option of signing up for a double session for $30. Sessions are scheduled on a first come, first served basis.

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